The Leela Mumbai

Address: Sahar, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 059, India | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Vile Parle East area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Chowpatty Beach, IMAX Adlabs Theater, Alibag, and Archaeological Survey of India Museum.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Leela Mumbai Mumbai (Bombay)

        Reviewed by curious1

        Gorgeous hotel

        Reviewed Dec 22, 2013
        by (7 reviews) Calgary , Canada Flag of Canada

        A beautiful hotel, with a nice pool, although we never got to use it, as we were in the city too much. Convenient for airport travels, but not the best location if you want to do things in the city. Dinner was very pricey though (seems to be a common thing in Mumbai)

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        TripAdvisor Reviews The Leela Mumbai Mumbai (Bombay)

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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        Busy in Bombay

        A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 22, 2015

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        ... back and in bed earlier and we proceeded to get ready and headed down to meet our guide.

        Bree was happy to learn that we had a female tour guide for once and as it turned out she was the perfect person to show us around that day since her spunky attitude and energy was absolutely contagious and we perked right up as she started our tour. Our first stop was the famous Mumbai University for a quick look at the amazing architecture and beautiful bell ...


        A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren on Jun 16, 2014

        ... didn't get to sit down as part of the auction and was told my role was the supervisor. I had a guy as my assistant and had to walk to every item with a clipboard, checking over the items and that they were suitable for auction. They didn't seem too fussed by the fact I can't act to save my life, I suspect because the camera was probably only showing my back anyway. After then it got boring, they needed to film the people sat down so I was sat by myself in the waiting ...


        A travel blog entry by bevbag on Dec 30, 2013

        After breakfast we decide to go for an adventure on the train into Central Mumbai. A full day pass for a tourist is 75 rupees, $1.50. Walk to the train station, worked out how to buy the tickets then jump on the first train we see. Churchgate station is the end of the line so it will be a little hard to get lost and we are only going about 5 stops to Mumbai Central. The train is quite empty as we are fairly early, 9.30. Not much happens here ...


        A travel blog entry by jackandhenrik on Feb 11, 2013

        ... card, Jack pulled at his ragged beard and we did our best to look as short on money as you realistically can when getting a tailor-made dinner jacket. A little while and several cups of chai later we shook hands and left jubilant but rather bemused at what had just happened. There seems to be a running theme now of us leaving the hotel for something benign like breakfast and returning having bought a new wardrobe - I suppose that could summarise both our trip and India quite ...

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        A travel blog entry by falon on Jul 11, 2012

        ... instead of at a set particular time. Quite the contrast to the punctuality of the States! I think the idea of IST is very reflective of the mindset of most of the people here, and I would be lying if I said I didn’t admire the carefree attitude of most Indians.

        After the autorickshaw experience, the train station was the next endeavor. India’s rail system is best described as efficient, yet overcrowded. Fortunately for me, the first car of every train is ...